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Canonmp830 have had printer for 1 year and have had no problems, it will not power up at all, have checked wall socket and printer cable and plugged printer into another wall socket,and still no power, power did go off for a while a week ago but no other appliances have been affected, printer is plugged directly into power board with all other pc appliances??

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Have you checked the fuse[s]? You don't mention your location so I cannot comment of what protection devices that may be involved. UK has fused 13amp wall plugs for example.

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I just had the same thing happen to me. There was a lightning storm here on Saturday night so, even though I have a surge protector, I assume that it took a surge. HERE IS THE SOLUTION! If you unplug the printer (pull the plug!) for at least 20 minutes (which lets the system discharge)then plug it back in, the system is allowed to reset and will fire back up when you press the power button.

Posted on Aug 27, 2007

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